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Port City Pups owner Bailey Duos, who graduated from South’s entrepreneur program last year, had to adjust expectations when dog boarding dried up during the pandemic. “I definitely matured really fast. I’m a little more careful now,” she said.

South business graduates and professors describe how a crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic drives companies and nonprofits to leave their comfort zones, manage disruption and look for new growth opportunities. Read More

The Jaguar Investment Fund meets weekly in the John B. Saint Financial Analysis Center at the Mitchell College of Business. Its success, rising above $1 million and beating the S&P 500, has led to an additional investment from the University, with profits funding scholarships.

With the Jaguar Investment Fund rising above seven figures, doubling in value and beating the S&P 500, student fund managers secure an additional More

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